Explaining the opportunity there is right now to be positioned in gold is almost futile for the masses. Conventionally, it is more exciting to invest in what just happened, rather than what is going to happen in the future.
If you did not have an opportunity to review Part 1, I suggest you do so before continuing. There are details in the article regarding the trade patterns of large speculators and bullion banks, as well as gold’...
Listen up, believers in precious metals: I feel your frustration. You’re disgruntled, losing patience, you’ve seen the numbers and the charts... Crush the Street has been a supporter of physical precious metals ownership and will continue to hold that position – and we’re seeing the same things you’re seeing: price suppression, intervention, and outright manipulation. And, we’re asking the same question that many investors are asking: When will gold’s true valuation return?
Get ready for a massive bull market in precious metals and an explosion in silver. This is not just hope or hype, as Crush the Street has called upon the top experts for their analysis and insights into the world of precious metals – and best of all, the man we’ve called Mr. Silver himself, Keith Neumeyer. You won’t want to sit on the sidelines after hearing what Mr. Neumeyer has to say about today’s markets and his outlook on precious metals.
Knowing where we’ve been is easy in the markets; knowing where we’re going is the tough part, and precious metals holders are clamoring for answers in 2018. Finding the floor after gold breaches the $1,200 level and silver breaks below $15 is best left to the experts, and Crush the Street has access to the best minds in the gold and silver markets today.
Gold, silver, and other metals have breached key levels and uncertainty has gripped the markets. With early 2018 showing signs of optimism and hope, gold under $1,200 and silver under $15 were unthinkable not long ago. How are investors to interpret and deal with the precious metals doldrums we’re seeing today?
Precious metals have seen some highly unusual price movements lately, and sophisticated traders have long suspected that this is not the result of natural market activity or sheer randomness. If you’re like...